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Abyssinian Lovebird Bird Species Profile Abyssinian Lovebird: The Abyssinian lovebird, also known as the black-winged lovebird, is less common as a pet and is sometimes referred to as one of the rare lovebirds. More >>
African Grey  Bird Species Profile African Grey Species: African greys are often referred to as the “thinking man’s” bird. There’s a reason why they are often given scholarly names, such as Einstein or Freud; these birds are known for their intelligence and their ability to show empathy. More >>
African Ring-Necked Parakeet Bird Species Profile African Ring-Necked Parakeet: African ring-necked parakeets are affectionate birds that needs enough attention to keep it from getting bored, but enough independence to spend time alone on a playgym. African ring-necked parakeets are shy and quieter than Indian ring-necked parakeets. More >>
Alexandrine Parakeet Bird Species Profile Alexandrine Parakeet: Alexandrine Parakeets are independent but social and make excellent pets. They are adventurous and enjoy new toys and activities. While they do not enjoy as much handling as other parrots, Alexandrine parakeets do like being touched and stroked on occasion. More >>
Amazon  Bird Species Profile Amazon Species: Amazon parrots have a reputation for being the great communicator when it comes to reading their body language. These birds seem to make good use of every feather to tell you when they are excited or aggressive; they fan out their tail feathers and fluff their head feathers. More >>
American Parakeet Bird Species Profile American Parakeet: One of the most commonly kept pet bird in the United States, budgerigars are chatterboxes that love to play and hop around on their playgyms and sometimes their owners. This pet bird is active and curious, and will use all the cage room an owner can provide for it. More >>
American Singer Canary Bird Species Profile American Singer Canary: The American singer canary (also known as the yellow variegated canary) is a popular song canary that is a cross between a Border canary (one-third) and a German roller canary (two-thirds). More >>
Australian King Parrot Bird Species Profile Australian King Parrot: Named the Australian king parrot because of its regal appearance, this bird is strikingly beautiful. More >>
Australian Parakeet  Bird Species Profile Australian Parakeet Species: The diversity of Australia’s flora and fauna extends to its impressive list of native colorful parakeets, which include several genera. The Australian grass parakeets, as their often called, are more often found in aviaries than as a single pet inside a home, although there are exceptions. More >>

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